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Transmission Specialist
Ronald Anderson
Wondering how to change transmission in your car, you can see the tutorial how to replacing transmission easy and efficient way!
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Is my MINI One 1 transmission under warranty?

5-year / 60,000-mile limited powertrain warranty-This warranty covers the MINI One 1 vehicle's major systems, such as the transmission, engine, and drive systems, original to the vehicle or supplied by MINI One 1. The limited powertrain coverage includes engine parts, as well, such as the oil pump, water pump, and fuel pump.

What vehicles are manual on a MINI One 1?

Manual Transmission Cars Available in 2022
  • BMW M3 and M4
  • Chevrolet Spark
  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Dodge Challenger
  • Ford Bronco
  • Ford Mustang
  • Honda Civic
  • Hyundai Elantra

What is the best automatic transmission on a MINI One 1?

The 10 Best Automatic Transmission Cars Of 2020
  • Hyundai Santro (AMT) Hyundai Santro
  • Maruti Suzuki Baleno (CVT) Maruti Suzuki Baleno | BS6 Cars you can buy right now
  • Kia Sonet (DCT)
  • Ford Ecosport (Torque Converter)
  • Volkswagen Vento/Polo (Torque Converter)
  • Honda City (CVT)
  • Hyundai Creta (DCT)
  • Toyota Yaris (CVT)

Where do most transmission leaks occur?

The most common source of a transmission leak due to faulty installation is from the transmission pan. The pan is not mounted correctly or incorrect bolts are used to secure it. Something as simple as these bolts will make transmission fluid leak from the pan.

How long do MINI One 1 transmissions last?

From the reports we've received, the average automatic transmission lasts around 150,000 to 200,000 miles. The two main factors that determine how long your transmission will last are: how well you follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance procedures and your driving habits.

Do MINI One 1 Equinoxes have transmission problems?

The next most common problem with the MINI One 1 is more serious and the problem is a transmission fault. The 6-speed automatic transmission is known to have problems with a 35R clutch plate and when it fails it will result in the vehicle shifting hard shifting into 3rd gear, 5th gear, or reverse.

Can transmission fluid on a MINI One 1 cause overheating?

Transmission slipping should not be ignored because it's a sign of problems that should be addressed immediately - including an overheating transmission caused by bad fluid.

Are transmission problems expensive on a MINI One 1?

The average cost of an automatic transmission repair is $1,000 - $2,000, and transmission replacement can cost upwards of $3,500. If your vehicle has a manual transmission, repair will normally cost less than an automatic.

How many RS6 are there in the UK on a MINI One 1?

2021 2016
MINI One 1 RS 6 v-sprung tfsi mhev quat a 657
MINI One 1 RS6 performance tfsi quattro a 1.1k 387
MINI One 1 RS6 QUATTRO AUTO 684 1.0k

Which car manufacturer has the best automatic gearbox on a MINI One 1?

Best automatic cars
  • Volkswagen Polo DSG automatic
  • Jaguar F-Pace eight-speed automatic
  • Smart ForTwo six-speed twinamic
  • Porsche 911 PDK
  • SEAT Leon DSG automatic
  • BMW 3 Series eight-speed auto
  • Toyota Prius CVT automatic
  • Mercedes S-Class 7G-tronic
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Comments on how to fix transmission on a MINI One 1:
Today lemon rise
+50sKid do you know how often the catch can will fill up often you will need to change it if you do not run the return line?
I was expecting a 'riced' citreon. big alloys, under car neons. fart can exhaust. Oh well, I guess I'll have to do my own farting
What a great video, and it's even more amazing that you can do all that while holding the camera!!
thanks really helpful. how would you take that switch to another room with a separate switch and spotlights would you connect a live to l2 and neutrals to the connector block and then move it to the next switch?
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'I need a workbench' No, it then becomes a storage shelf and your back on the floor! Maybe a huge lap tray with a cushion on the back, contoured to sit square on a neighbouring bonnet (hood). Happy New Hubnut Year.
Also, you removed the boot that was fine first. Couldn't you just remove the broken boot side, and if so, is the process any different?
Question: Could I get away with pulling the shaft by removing the circlit clip inside the boot at the inner bearing as opposed to knocking the whole assembly out? I ask because I cant seem to find the retaining c-clip at a resonable price around me and I'm worried about destroying them when jerking them out. Thanks!
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Perfect! Thanks!
The 1600 Mini seems to use a lot of oil. The dipstick is useless so hard to read. I had within a week, two different people with two different miinis pull up outside my house and check their oil and then add some! Says all really!
Bloody he’ll Martin does anything ever go right theirs always something
I almost always go straight to the drivers side door wiring first, i find that to be the most common failure spot. Great video!!! Looking forward to part 2
Urethane squeaks. Use the TT bushings, instead. They ride fine and they last.
So glad I ran across this chamnel. I had the same idea for the shafts for my syncro Corrado.
Really good instructional video, never heard of Wago connectors before. However, having spent nearly 50 years in industrial safety, appalled at the use of a knife for wire stripping. Remember an apprentice cable stripping and stabbed his thigh. Would have died had we not got our own medics and surgery on site. Still.l using my 50 year old Bib strippers!
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Now let's see the video of you putting all of the lug nuts back on.
I'll have to look into the schematic further, and rewatch video but gut feeling is ground with high resistance failure mode. I remember a few years ago in a training class with those electric test boards for multimeter education that the instructor induced a high resistance ground fault into a relay control circuit and it acted pretty identically (relay contacts worked as a buzzer). I'm assuming that the module is basically using a relay set-up in the board (picturing a dual relay set up but have to think through it further), not transistor drivers but we know what happens when we assume.